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|African-American motion picture posters - 1923 to 1932 - Herbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009|
African-American motion pictures from the "Silent-Era" of 1923 to 1928 when sound was introduced by sound pioneers like Spencer Williams Jr., (1883-1969).
Keywords: Silent movies; motion pictures; Spencer Williams Jr; Oscar Micheaux; African-American; 1923; 1932
|Stace England on Outsight Radio Hours 7-Feb-2010 - Outsight Radio Hours|
Stace England live interview on Outsight Radio Hours 7-Feb-2010. Discussion of his music, Little Egypt in Illinois, and the latest album paying tribute to African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux
Keywords: Stace England; salt king; Outsight Radio; Hours; Little Egypt; Illinois; Oscar Micheaux
|"Within Our Gates"  - Oscar Micheaux|
February in the United States celebrates "Black History Month" and thus this offering by Oscar Micheaux..."Within Our Gates" . It is a powerful narrative of an era long gone and exemplifies the ugliness of racial prejudice, injustice, and philosophically the collective conscience of mob mentality and loss of identity. Wikipedia... Within Our Gates (1920) is a silent race film that dramatically expresses the racial situation in America during the violent years of Jim Crow, the Ku Klux Klan,...
Keywords: Afro-American cinema; Jim Crow; mob mentality; Oscar Micheaux; prejudice; racism
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|African-American motion picture posters - 1939 to 1948 - Herbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009|
African-American motion picture lobby posters are featured here from 1939 to 1948 with great names like Oscar Michaeux, a brilliant producer and Spencer Williams Jr., who in the 1920s pioneered sound in motion pictures and later acted in, directed, and produced African-American motion pictures. HHB2
Keywords: Oscar Micheaux; Spencer Williams Jr; Zack Williams; Laura Bowman; July Jones; African-American; Motion Picture Posters; Movie Posters; Lobby Posters; 1939; 1948